Distance Report for the State of Oregon (Oregon Highway-use tax)
Fuel Tax System allows you to easily prepare your quarterly tax returns on distances travelled in the state of Oregon. Using the same input data for IFTA reports, Fuel Tax System accumulates mileage traveled and produces your returns to the standards required by the state of Oregon.
What is Oregon highway-use tax?
The Oregon Highway-use tax is a tax that any carrier that travels on Oregon highways and whose vehicle weight exceeds 26,000 lbs is required to pay.
An Oregon Weight Receipt is required for each vehicle traveling in Oregon and must be kept in the vehicle.
Oregon, unlike the state of New York, New Mexico and Kentucky, requires the production of a declaration of tax on the distances traveled by your vehicles on its territory every month for the first year.
Subsequently, reports are due quarterly, even if you have not traveled in Oregon during the quarter.
Fuel Tax System meets reporting requirements for Oregon. Simply have your tax number and permit number to prepare and print your reports without difficulty.